This Under-the-Radar Natural Gas Company Expects Bright Days Ahead
Jun 6th 2013 7:06PM
Updated Jun 6th 2013 9:15PM
For all of you who may be afraid of natural gas prices, here is some encouraging news: WPX Energy intends to bring two more drilling rigs to its primary gas holdings in the Piceance Basin. This 40% jump in activity could be another sign that natural gas producers are ready to reverse course after a rough 2012.
If you haven't heard of WPX, that's okay; however, it is one of the more intriguing energy plays in the U.S. Even though natural gas makes up over 80% of the company's reserves, it also has bigger oil holdings in the Bakken formation than some of the faster growing, yet smaller, oil producers. Fool.com contributor Tyler Crowe thinks WPX could be potentially primed for big gains in the space. In this video, Tyler and fellow Fool Aimee Duffy take a deeper look at WPX and discuss what this could mean for natural gas producers in general.
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